Bells of Rosarita

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Bells of Rosarita
Bells of Rosarita FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Frank McDonald
Produced by Edward J. White (associate producer)
Written by Jack Townley (screenplay)
Starring Roy Rogers
Music by Joseph Dubin
Mort Glickman
Charles Maxwell
Cinematography Ernest Miller
Edited by Arthur Roberts
Release dates 1945
Running time 68 minutes (original version)
54 minutes (edited version)
Country United States
Language English

Bells of Rosarita is a 1945 American film starring Roy Rogers and directed by Frank McDonald.


The film is a musical western. Sue Farnum (Dale Evans) gets cheated out of her inheritance by the thieving business partner (Grant Withers) of her deceased father. Rogers, with the help of others, rescues her.[1]




  1. ^ Bells of Rosarita at

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